Facial expression, the tone of your voice and even your heart-rate are all indicators of your emotions. Reading happiness, anger or fear are no longer the privilege of observers. Emotion analytics can now identify your emotions with high accuracy thanks to large databases of facial expressions, mood variants or other metrics. Some of the applications include education to track your learning progress or marketing to assess the success of advertising campaigns.
A Technology That Reveals Your Feelings
Memo to students: Think you can fool your teacher when you're not paying attention? Think again. In the not-too-distant future, a laptop flashing a graph tracking classroom attention in real time could give you away. By the end of 2015, as many as 1,000 schools in the U.S.
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